Part two of special podcast created for the Society of Architectural Historians, as my monthly Brooks blog report for April 2019. talk about what it means to hear industrial heritage sites as contemporary listeners, and how sound can be effectively curated and deployed as part of a public history experience.
Part one of special podcast created for the Society of Architectural Historians, as my monthly Brooks blog report for April 2019. In this part, we talk about the soundscapes of industrial heritage, how sound impacts our experience of architecture, and how we can understand the different types of sound we might encounter at an industrial heritage site.
This week on Sundowners, a deep dive into industrial sound and what we can learn from listening to the built environment. Featuring the sounds of coal mines, windmills, cotton looms, and two very talkative dogs.